Restaurants in Denmark

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Named for the abbrevation of “first floor, on the right,” Mette Martinussen's apartment-turned-restaurant aims to make diners feel like they... Read More

The Danish open-faced sandwich has entered a new golden age. Exhibit A: the jewel-like creations at Aamanns, particularly the artful assemblage of cured... Read More

With its location on the 20th floor and what might be the best view of Copenhagen—you're looking down on the amusement park Tivoli, the City Hall, the... Read More

The expectations were high when Matthew Orlando, Noma's former head chef, announced that he was leaving the world's best restaurant to open his own, but... Read More

Housed in an old pharmacy, Bang and Jensen in trendy Vesterbro has a lived-in feel with mismatched, second-hand mid-century modern furniture, vintage... Read More

The wood-fired pizzas have thin, blistery crusts, the burrata is creamy, the high-quality charcuterie is house-made, and all of it is organic. That... Read More

Café Nemoland had its beginnings as a fruit and vegetable store managed by a guy named Nemo, who used old military... Read More

A fashionable café with all the trappings of a proper French bistro (leather banquettes; brass fixtures; walls of mirrors). But here you'll find... Read More

The chefs at Clou follow no dogma; the only thing the food is subject to is the almost impossibly high culinary ambitions of the chefs in the kitchen.... Read More

Grab a seat at a long, communal drafting table, and you suddenly find yourself at a boisterous dinner party with all the right people. The seasonal menu... Read More

The local favorite Cofoco recently opened this tiny outpost, where the menu changes daily. Try the Sicilian meatballs with pine nuts, or a classic... Read More

Emmerys, a local chain of bakeries and cafés, is known for its organic bread and baked goods. Metal shelves along the white-tiled walls are lined... Read More

Gourmet hot dogs are the only thing on the menu at Foderbrættet, but don't be mistaken: the place is a lot more than an extended hot dog stand. You can... Read More

Literally meaning "forwards and backwards," Forlaens & Baglaens is a small tapas bar serving authentic Spanish-inspired dishes predominately... Read More

A Michelin one-starred restaurant, Formel B serves Danish and French fusion cuisine crafted by its chefs, Kristian Møller and Rune Jochumsen. M... Read More

Arguably one of the city’s top restaurants, Geranium has garnered critical acclaim for its inventive, modern take on Scandinavian cuisine. Chef Rasmus... Read More

The Meatpacking District favorite Gorilla is a massive restaurant divided in two: there's an animated bar area, also serving hearty snacks, and a more... Read More

Housed inside the Hotel Nimb, Michelin one-starred Restaurant Herman serves cuisine that pays tribute to the culinary traditions of the Danish... Read More

The decor at hip Höst matches the Nordic cuisine perfectly prepared by the chefs: the raw impression created by the recycled wood, lambskin, granite,... Read More

Kadeau might be located in the center of Copenhagen, but its heart is beating for Bornholm, a Danish vacation island in the Baltic Ocean. That is where... Read More

Specializes in straightforward brasserie food served alongside avant-garde art installations from the likes of Olafur Eliasson. Read More

At KUL—Danish for charcoal—you can get whatever you want, as long as it's something barbecued. Dishes such as Korean style spareribs, turbot with Asian... Read More

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